C[harles] S[prague] Sargent
ARNOLD ARBORETUM, HARVARD UNIVERSITY. Jamaica Plain, Mass., April 23, 1906. My dear Muir:I am safely back and want to hear that you and your daughters are well, although I can well understand that every one living in California must be greatly broken in spirit just now. The loss of the Academy is certainly a very serious one for California science. Do you know anything about Miss Eastwood? I do not write her as I do not suppose letters can be delivered in San Francisco. If you happen to know about her I wish you would write me. Her heart must be nearly broken over the loss of her beloved plants.As soon as I hear that you are well I will write and tell you something of my journey which is the most interesting one I have ever made.Yours faithfully,C. S. Sargent John Muir, Esq., Martinez, Cal.03709
Jamaica Plain, Mass.
Original letter dimensions: 26 x 20.5 cm.
Reel 16, Image 0199
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